Cytoskeleton and cytoskeletal motor proteins play a major role in pollen germination and growth. Both actin filaments and microtubules are believed to be involved in generating different cytoplasmic movements which allow the cytoplasmic streaming and the polar organelle distribution during the pollen tube elongation. Myosins as well as kinesins/dyneins related polypeptides have been identified as microfilament and microtubule motor proteins respectively, but information is still needed in order to understand the relative contributions of these two motor systems. This paper draws attention to their possible cooperation during pollen tube germination and growth

Moscatelli, A., Cai, G., & Cresti, M. (1999). Actin Filament- and Microtubule-Based Motor Systems: Their Concerted Action During Pollen Tube Growth. In Fertilization in Higher Plants (pp. 303-315). Berlin Heidelberg : Springer [10.1007/978-3-642-59969-9_21].

Actin Filament- and Microtubule-Based Motor Systems: Their Concerted Action During Pollen Tube Growth

MOSCATELLI, ALESSANDRA;CAI, GIAMPIERO;CRESTI, MAURO
1999

Abstract

Cytoskeleton and cytoskeletal motor proteins play a major role in pollen germination and growth. Both actin filaments and microtubules are believed to be involved in generating different cytoplasmic movements which allow the cytoplasmic streaming and the polar organelle distribution during the pollen tube elongation. Myosins as well as kinesins/dyneins related polypeptides have been identified as microfilament and microtubule motor proteins respectively, but information is still needed in order to understand the relative contributions of these two motor systems. This paper draws attention to their possible cooperation during pollen tube germination and growth
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Moscatelli, A., Cai, G., & Cresti, M. (1999). Actin Filament- and Microtubule-Based Motor Systems: Their Concerted Action During Pollen Tube Growth. In Fertilization in Higher Plants (pp. 303-315). Berlin Heidelberg : Springer [10.1007/978-3-642-59969-9_21].
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